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The New Macho

Jun 26 2012 Published by under Good Men Project

Men are certainly under attack from all sides at the moment—whether it’s the endless list of celebrity bad boys or the sociologists who have come to fame by pointing out the statistical impotence of men at-large. Apparently males these days watch porn 50 times a week, on average, play endless video games, fail out of school, and are increasingly anti-social.

Those of us with testosterone and a well-meaning heart, we don’t have much room to maneuver. For a good number of guys in my cohort (40s, white, from supposedly forward-looking backgrounds), the double bind of manhood predates the most recent attacks. Our feminist moms told us to be just like them to be loved. For our dads, the idea of macho got lost in some encounter group somewhere (except for Burt Reynolds in Semi-Tough, when he is supposed to piss himself during a EST conference but sneaks in a catheder flask taped to his leg as back-up, which, ironically, I have a clear memory of going to see with my dad). So we just gave up on being macho.

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Reflections from the Father of the Graduate

Jun 10 2012 Published by under Good Men Project

Parenthood involves adoration, protection, and instruction with the requirement to simultaneously let go.

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Nick DiChiara Long Snap Trick Shot Video

Jun 09 2012 Published by under Good Men Project

My daughter graduated high school today. Little did I know one of her classmates can do amazing things between his legs.

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The Opposite of Loneliness

Jun 03 2012 Published by under Good Men Project

Marnia Keegan died tragically in a car accident, days after graduating from Yale. Before she died, she wrote of the connections that keep us together.

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From an African Slum to a Wesleyan Graduate

May 27 2012 Published by under Good Men Project

Kennedy Odede ’12 delivered the Senior Class Speech at the 180th Commencement

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